Winter isn’t just cold—it’s when you’ll be spending the most time inside. What better time to blanket your space with a fresh layer of style? Accessorize your home for the season in form and function with these comfy throws, sourced from or inspired by Corcoran’s markets.
Tribeca Towel-Throw by Home & Loft
This hand-loomed, 100% Turkish cotton Pestemal walks the line with the towel spectrum, which makes it an exceptionally versatile textile to keep around. Whether folded on the couch or draped over the foot of your bed, the Tribeca’s simple, grey-striped design feels right at home anywhere, whether a chic downtown loft or a rustic beach house out east. Each one is uniquely dyed, meaning no two are exactly alike, and they’ll soften with each wash cycle to wear in rather than out. Did we mention we love its namesake?
$50.00 at Field & Supply
Simple Linen Throw by Hawkins New York
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication—and while the internet may have erroneously attributed that adage to da Vinci, it’s a truth that’s tough to argue with. Whoever did speak the words, however, would surely endorse this simple Belgian linen throw, stitched with a loose, airy weave that brings a relaxed elegance to any room. It’s available in nearly a dozen colors, so whether you’re keeping a palette or looking to a pop a new hue, you’ve got options.
$150 at ABC Carpet & Home
Wish You Were Here Tapestry Blanket by Slowtide
Wish you could swap the polar vortex for beachside hangs in Hawaii? Slowtide collaborated with Waikiki’s hip Surfjack Swim Club—the Zuckerbergs and Obamas once dined together at its Ed Kenney-helmed restaurant, Mahina & Suns—on their latest throw design, proudly emblazoned with the signature mural from the bottom of the hotel’s pool. The fringed, two-sided blanket is 100% cotton and made proudly in the USA. It’s available exclusively through Surfjack Shop, lifestyle brand Banks Journal (which runs the joint as a pop-up), and from Slowtide directly.
$155 at Surfjack Shop
Palma Cotton Throw by Serena & Lily
This isn’t your grandma’s crocheted blanket, unless maybe your grandma was Rose Kennedy. Stitched from premium cotton yarns, this fringed, bulky blanket speaks to the timeless sensibilities of Palm Beach and the comfort seaside respite here has inspired for generations. Order online, or visit the design shop on N. County and Royal Poinciana by appointment. We can almost picture this one over the patio chairs at La Guerida.
$248.00 at Serena & Lily
Arizona Blanket by Trek Light Gear
The beating sun, the stoic Saguaro, the gentle hues of windswept sands. The desert Southwest evokes an innate calm—not entirely unlike the feeling of curling up under a cozy blanket. Trek Lightly has woven both sensations together with 100% recycled materials, and they’ll plant a tree for every item sold. It’s a conversation starter anywhere in the home, and the leather carrier, sold separately, makes it easy to tote on any adventure from Scottsdale to Sedona.
$142.00 at Trek Light
Papatya Beach Blanket/Throw by Sylvester & Co.
You can rarely go wrong with the whole Turkish towel-as-blanket approach, especially when the pattern’s right. If you’re into playful symmetry, consider this Papatya cotton tapestry from Sag Harbor staple Sylvester & Co. Throw it on the couch, throw it on the sand with a wine and cheese picnic — it’s a throw you’ll throw around all year long. Best of all, it’s machine washable, tumble dry-tolerant, and the colors won’t run.